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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Big Media Fire Opening Salvo in Amnesty War
NY Times / LA Times let loose on American minds
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American Patrol Report Comment -- January 13 
    The above-the-fold NY Times headline says it all: Obama Will Seek Citizenship in One Fast Push -- IMMIGRATION OVERHAUL -- Resists Plan Favored by Rubio to Tackle the Problem Piecemeal.
    So begins a propaganda campaign to win the hearts and minds of Americans so they will approve of amnesty for more than 11 million illegal aliens --- lots more.
    The Times story makes it appear that the debate is really over two approaches to legalization; the all-at-once Obama plan, or a piecemeal plan headed up by Senator Rubio. It fails to mention the alternative favored by most Americans --- enforce the law, beginning with the border.
    At the same time the Battleship NY Times unleashed its big guns, the Destroyer Escort LA Times let go with its peashooter, claiming that people living near Bisbee, Arizona are tired of seeing U.S. Border Patrol agents. "Residents in Arizona town feel 'invaded by Border Patrol'."
    The people of Bisbee depend on the business, and security that border patrol agents bring to their town. They love them!
   Then there's the photo used by the LA Times that makes it appear the border is impregnable. In fact, most of the border fence near Bisbee is absolutely useless (and the fence in the Times photo isn't anywhere near Bisbee! ABP thinks it was taken 60 miles west at Nogales.).
    It has often been said that truth is the first casualty of war. This war will be no different, so expect nothing but pro-amnesty propaganda from these newspapers from here on out.
Update: American Border Patrol has supplied a photo showing that the fence at Nogales was replaced since the Times photo.

Sunday Morning -- CBS News     
Overstepping boundaries   
Border patrol officials are tasked with keeping America's borders safe. However, an increasing number of U.S. Border agents have been stepping over the ethical line, leaving Americans in danger. Sharyl Attkisson reports. [Also see this feature] [Note: Rancher Ladd is Glenn Spencer's neighbor. Spencer can see his ranch out his office window.]

Sun City West, Arizona

Featuring Mike Zullo -- Sheriff Joe's Lead Investigator -- Obama Documents
January 15 - 6:30 PM MST --

Bend (Oregon) Bulletin     
Tell your lawmakers: No licenses for illegal aliens   
Last May Day, Gov. John Kitzhaber informed demonstrators at the state Capitol he'd work to change Oregon law and restore driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. When the Legislature convenes in early February, he and his allies will seek to deliver. -- Lawmakers should have no part of it. If they do, our state will become a hub for identity fraud, a magnet for illegal immigrants competing for work with Oregon's unemployed...

White House responds to secession petitions   
The White House has responded to the hundreds of thousands of Americans who signed digital petitions asking permission for states to peacefully secede from the union. -- In a nutshell, the answer is no. -- "As much as we value a healthy debate," writes Jon Carson, director of the White House's Office of Public Engagement, in in the official response, "we don't let that debate tear us apart."

Stephen Dinan -- Washington Times     
Outlaws rule under Obama's outrageous subversive "policies"   
Federal authorities released the mother and brother of a prominent illegal [alien] activist Friday morning after Hispanic and [invader]-rights activists objected and flooded the Obama administration with phone calls. -- Erika Andiola, a prominent illegal [alien] Dream Act activist who qualified for President Obama's new non-deportation policy, said her mother and older brother were arrested at their Arizona home...

Wall Street Journal    
RINO Rubio going the way of McCain and Graham   
...Florida's junior senator and one of America's most prominent Hispanic politicians wants to take the Republican lead on immigration reform. Getting out front of President Obama's campaign pledge to overhaul the system in his second term, Mr. Rubio is laying out his ideas for possible legislation. -- Whether Mr. Rubio is courageous or foolhardy, the outcome on Capitol Hill and the impact on his career will tell the story... [Related]

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